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Citi, BofA May Need to Increase capital

According to Wall Street Journal, U.S. regulators told Citigroup Inc and Bank of America Corp they may need to raise more capital. The shortfall in capital amounts to billions of dollars at BofA, the paper said, citing people familiar with the bank. Both banks, whose officials are objecting to the…

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April 28, 2009

Citi, Uptick and Mark-To-Market

So we had it finally. The pressurized spring bounced back and shorts were pressed against the wall to cover. Fantastic rally by all means, it was easily qualified as a 90% Upside Day on both the NYSE and the NASDAQ that too on expanding volume. Market breadth was also much…

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March 11, 2009

Citi(C), Aflac(AFL), SanDisk(SNDK) and DOW

There is a lot of earnings data this week and today is also heavy. There doesn’t appear to be a clear direction. As of this writing futures are pointing to modestly higher opening. Here are four heavyweights- Citigroup (C) issued a quarterly progress report sharing how they are deploying $45…

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February 3, 2009

JP Morgan Chase beats by $0.07, misses on revs

JP Morgan Chase (JPM) Reported Q4 (Dec) earnings of $0.07 per share, $0.07 better than the First Call consensus of ($0.00); revenues fell 0.9% year/year to $17.23 bln vs the $18.83 bln consensus. Losses were in investment banking due mark downs on leveraged loans and mortgage trading positions. They faced higher…

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January 15, 2009

Is Berkshire in Trouble?

This 2 part series will cover recent market developments about Berkshire Hathaway, points to a strategy on how you may benefit more on the same trades he did recently and an option trading strategy that probably Berkshire uses for maximizing it returns on the underlying they find worth investing. Don’t forget…

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November 20, 2008

Cut Jobs, Raise Rates, Buy Shares

A day after Citigroup (C) hit a multi-year low and relaxed below $10, CEO Vikram Pandit’s bought some shares (~>US$8MM) and announced to axe another 10,000 jobs. He also decided to raise rates on credit cards. Weren’t they suppose to lower the rates when FED is even willing to go lower than 1%,…

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November 14, 2008
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